Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Political Grapevine

Al-Jazeera Attack?



There is so much in this short article, but I'll try to keep it somewhat brief.


A British government official has been charged with leaking a top secret memo, allegedly revealing that President Bush planned to bomb the headquarters of Arab satellite TV network Al-Jazeera.

The Daily Mirror reports that the memo details a White House sit-down with British Prime Minister Tony Blair last April and supposedly shows that Blair warned the president that bombing the territory of a key U.S. ally would provoke a worldwide backlash. One source tells the paper that the memo is "highly explosive and hugely damaging." But a government official says the president's threat was "humorous, not serious."

Serious or not, if one is at war, one should discuss the possibility of taking out the propagandist media of one's enemy.

As CUANAS so perfectly points out...


Al Jazeera is the media mouthpiece of terrorists. Whenever Bin Laden or Zarqawi want to make an announcement, or show off their latest cranial trophy, they can be sure that Al Jazeera will be more than happy to oblige them. Therefore, Al Jazeera functions as a part of the Jihadi military, and they are fair game.

Need I say more?

Moving on in the article.


Speaking of Tony Blair, environmental groups have blasted the British prime minister for not doing enough to combat global warming. But now, some environmental advocates are criticizing a government proposal that would force oil companies to include bio-fuels made from corn, sugar cane, or vegetable oil in their gasoline by 2010 — since increased production of the fuels could destroy the rainforest.

"Friends of the Earth" says that the bio-fuels might come from "genetically modified crops or palm oil from freshly cleared rainforests." The group is calling for assurances that bio-fuel production doesn't damage the countryside, destroy the rainforests, or promote intensive farming of genetically modified crops.

What do these people want!?

I hate people that just whine about the problem, and then when you hand them a solution, they whine about that.

Hey Greenies,
you're all so damn smart, help us stupid people out, how about a solution once in awhile?

That should send them, tails-between-their-legs-running, don't you think?

And on to Chris Matthews.


MSNBC host Chris Matthews says President Bush invaded Iraq because "he wanted a big bang" in the War on Terror. What's more, the Toronto Sun reports that during the speech to political science students at the University of Toronto, Matthews said the administration shouldn't demonize terrorists, saying, "the person on the other side is not evil — they just have a different perspective."

No Chris, they are evil, they want to kill you and me unless we give up our freedom and live life like a Jihadist.

Just ask France what playing nice with the terrorists will get you.

And now on to my celebrity, "What an Idiot" that seems to be a theme of mine recently.


Meanwhile, "Slaughterhouse Five" author Kurt Vonnegut is now defending terrorists, equating the actions of suicide bombers with Harry Truman's decision to drop an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Vonnegut tells The Australian that terrorists are "very brave people," who "are dying for their own self respect," and says the anticipation of dying for their cause "must be an amazing high."

What in the hell is brave about walking into a public place strapped with explosives, and murdering innocent people?

Kurt, the thing is, nobody is telling them they can't live their life the way they want, they are being told that they don't have the right to tell us how to live.

And by telling us, I mean murdering us, because we don't worship the right way.

See Kurt, the way they communicate, is to randomly kill innocent people that are not on the same page as they are. You know what I mean? I don't want to go out and murder Christians, or Jews, or other Muslims that won't murder in the name of Allah.

You know what, I'm going to stop there, I feel like I'm talking to a 1st grader.

Kurt, you are an Idiot.



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